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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 27 December 1888

-zmfi-X -' . ' '- I-1-- t - A. . T: t "l -. 'V' -K'S3 Lf i VILLAGE. A Combination of Industrial wltk AftU col tarsi Katerprise. Agriculture is so much in need of aid from those who inhabit the cities, that every summer thousands of men leave their slums in the towns and go to the country for the season of crops. The London destitutes go in thousands to Kent and Susses as hay-makers and hop-pickers; whole villages in Franco abandon their homes and their cottage industries in the summer and wander to the more fertile parts of the coun try; and in Russia there is every year an exodus of many hundreds of thou sands of men who journey from the North to the Southern prairies for harvesting the crops, while many St Petersburg manufacturers reduce their production in tbc summer, because the operatives return to their native vil lages for the culture of their allot ments. Extensive agriculture can not be carried on without additional hands in the summer; but it still more needs & tempora...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 27 December 1888

n-AUU , W7 HH0Hln?i t!-RII , in 9- " t M h f: ' sft. R? l EUSSSSSSSEi- Z1TSUHA1TCE! That season of the year ts approaching when property .wnert swat feel the need of adequate protection against lost JV "" I bee leave to apprize the public that I am authorized to wnte policies in the STANDARD Insurant Companies now doing bus iness in America. E. VAN METRE. OFFICE In rear of First IN NEW QUARTERS. THE Pioneer Of Thomas County is now in the NEW BRICK BUILDING OH FOURTH STREET, With a Fine Line of New and Fresh Groceries and General Merchandise. Here M. Donelan, the pioneer groceryman, will be glad to welcome all his old customers and man' new ones, and exhibit to them at lower prices than ever before an elegant line of STANDARD FLOURS, SUGAR. COFFEES, TEAS, PROVISIONS, And everything found in a general merchandise store. REMEMBER THE PIONEER STORE. M. DONELAN, COLBY, C B DAKIN, Real Estate Broker ! And Notary Public. Deeded lands, school lands, town lots, timber claims, homesteads, rel...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 3 January 1889

real ;S55S!" , . ' IMMII,?BBjsBBnBB,MBHC!f?sBBBB f fr bbvbbvbbbvbbbvbbbb1 v , . $-Kv- v;5'3SrfC,- i l bbbVsbbVsbbVsbbVsbbVsbbi r t - .. .-!- ,fe..'fem? g0V&&?" &i -C eBBVsBsBBVBSSl . r v ?r ?- .ijfeWsp'v w ii PaanaBWBnBaBBeBBl .Wi.!,' --a ria1 !82&ffik Bi tSJ1- ! .T &.&: v&j , BnaaaHESMt - ? ' -i . " " " ? : , VOL. IV. NO. 43- COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS. THURSDAY. JANUARY 3. 1889. f ' MAET.N, President E. A, Hall, tal.ier. , (fity JJjgWto CBllty, Ka. ill A Mi hi, "W " f (Successors to First National Bank ) (Successors to First PAID UP CAPITAL, $50,OOOiHert3?!dinss-B"sine;srand i j3 Irecoj : . n. wa'tin. W. S. W'illcoxon. ; R. M. MeGoniffiil. w H. Poneiand r 1 1 fcfUoes a general King ousmess, bins and sells exchange, VfniSion nnvo lntprosl m timo Jnrrcitc nivj snonml attention to the DaV- of taxes for non-residents. F"A complete set of abstracts of Office hours, 9 a. m. to 12 m.; 1 COLBY T RUo The Colby Di ug Store has entire new (Jknucftl PAINTS, OIL, ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 3 January 1889

;2jMVi nj - 'r-ri ?C3R &. ps.; v v ? t - .c' y :.- ? -- - .-jr- 4 I? '33 . $ . ; v &J, YJM. n jw i &' 1H0MAS COUNTY CAT. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. COT.BT. ICAT"?P THE GIRL HERSELF. Twas not her oonnet, it is true, Twas not her bonnet, n'ce and new. That fixed my idly roving eye -That summer day, as sbe passed by. I can not tell you how 'twas made, I can not tell the ribbon's shade, 3or Just the color of the wreath I only saw the face beneath. I' i I noticed rot her dress the while. If it were made in latest style, "With Grecian folds, and closest fit. Or furbelows adorning it. It may have been of flimsy wear; I do not know, I do not care ; For all my thoughts tbat wandered wide Were centered on the girl Inside. O, she was sweet from bead to feet! , The prettiest girl upon the street ! - Depending not on outward dress To emphasize her loveliness. 3 Though many another maiden owes Her chief attraction to her clothes. This one, though well supplied with pelf. Would have no ri...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 3 January 1889

SE IT'-SI7" fwyrfWw .""TT",f-'"i"ff IWSWPr'TSrseSW'mmme 3ffigp;wMM m h Si i s Ht 4 J 3 if 1 1-5 . m 'M n. NM THOMAS COUNTY OAT. - JOSEPH A. QILL, Editor. COLBY. ------ KANSAS. WHERE IS HOME? Where is borne? Js it where the stately mansions rise With dazzling splendor toward the skies. The poor man's dream the rich man's prize? Where Is home? Where is home? Is it in the cabin rude and cold. Where wind blows in through rafters old. Where want hath trod with footsteps bold? Where is home? Where is home? "What matter where my lot may fall. Since storms and sunshine come to all, In lowly hut or lofty hall! Where is home? Where is home? The humblest place beneith the skies, When iewed through loxe's devoted eyes, Becomes a perfect p.irad-sc ! This is home! Where is home? """ "'TIS where the heart's best treasure is, Tor perfect loc is perfect bliss. Deny me wealth, but cue me this; Love is home! Love is home ! .And when our earthly lo es are o'er. And earthly mansions are no more. Forever...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 3 January 1889

gp'F&fr --y.vy;ga u-?: . j V'- -sr..' Sr...?-JJ-C-J-V r--r . . 2.: . 7 . i J ..". y4srr ,&-& wrj: S JT r-H ?s. M t t u m y i h. IS" X. LA ?: Jr. ,$ &rasss .. "SaK'S. v IvJ-Wft .A't. rJilE THOMAS COUNTY CAT; .OFFICIAL COUNTY AND CITY PAPEK. Issued by Tbotnas County Pnbbkinr Co., at Colby, Kansas every Thursday of each week. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. Blakcman is going to build a four tory flouring mill. The Smith Center Bulletin is out with the suggestion that the state build or purchase a suitable guberna torial mansion. The Russell Springs Eli, No. 1, Vji 1, J. E. Hilts, editor, comes to our ta ble this -week brimful of sharp f things, local and otherwise. v Ness City seems to be stirring her - fself. Her citizens haviletenmncd to " tiave a creamery and,ti sugar factory, .and to prospect for coal. It is suggested that a law be enact--ed by our legislature preventing the "mortgaging of household goods with out the wife's consent. Trego county people are discussing "whet...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 3 January 1889

- f t ' r'-vvs--?5. ifff? 4t- Ir i" PliEWTY itV"!. ?" T- i fis -guar 7 ly-ii-.3.! fsoirJa-' -?r 3&r f Sfcfc-s. i - FARM CHATTEL LOAHS AND OFFICE IN BASEMENT UNDER BRICK BANK. fWjU'i i i ij f amaWi,aBBBBBBB Wl --" TF WH SjmasaY aj,MBM V aaaWSaBnTal ttr Ibbbb bbbbbbbbI waaW I.- s IP fo "" M ' a. T 'I 3 lit HO ,1 i! m i m ICT yi in .; M : - L3gfi T!iE"TIKl!iUS (WNTY CAT. JOSEPH A. GILL. Bitr. THURSDAY. JANUARY 8. 1SS8 " ADVERTISING RATKS 1 inch per month S1.00 j u Junin per month per ind 7o ) (onimn per month per inch 60 co uran per month perineii ,"i0 .'.livertUimr for 1 week. 2." n r nt ad ditional on above. Professional c.irds TTi cn.ts ju 1 month. Locals ." rent's pr line each inseition; ? 1jch to the inch. 1 eiral advert Wing, leiral rates. SAUNA & OMll Ry. TIME TABLE. U est. 1 list 5 278 lVt A Ii A 1 :.- r Ia '.' t x s 11 a H .ri. STATIONS 1 FBf'r 1 uf" r J'ass'r. 1 so tl ly OVI iAmc' i i 111 I 11-40 1 i x Min- duil) U. Ill 4 XX 6 -X p in 5 30 12 no a. 111 J -10 7.05 5 05...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 3 January 1889

-v -v, - - i- s" r,' - f & i i jmljmii , mi wwmwmmmmmmmmcBttttk m i$C FA. - Jp 1 1 5 I r - . XX- J pMkiy . - Ce;SS . THREE CHRISTMAS SCENES. I LAUfiHINQ maW, with poldea wares of hair Gleam ng like sunset mid Moravian skies. Her broad, smooth brow than lairest snow more fair. The blue of happiness in her dancng eyes Romps with her young companions here to night. Gay youths andma'ds who swiftly come and go In the rude ball, that blazes with the light "' Selected by the yule log's generous glow. a. Yule-t de festival and she its queen The rustic daughter or a sturdy race, fifho owes her sway to her entrancing miea, And holds it by the beauty c her face. And so the tide of joy awakes and swells. In glad abandonment of eager mirtb. Till dawn bursts forth, and all the realiog bells Salute the day that gave the Sav.our birth. Another Christmas Eve comes stealing down And vanishes. The night is almost spent; The stars blink faintly o'er the sleeping town In token of the morrow's merrim...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 3 January 1889

weg-:' 2 , a-Vt ''iiW v- : N ; r. I If ! I P r r i Hfe m i' tk u j WOMAFS DEPARTMENT. PUT INTO PRACTICE. A Few Illustrations Showing the Practi cal Side of the Woman Suffrage Ques tion. Bunyan. in his "Pilgrim's Progress," found the lions which filled him with terror at a distance all chained when he came near enough to see them close at hand. It is so with woman suffrage. The old idea that politics is "a filthy pool," that if women have any share in it, it will pollute and degrade them, rob them of their modesty, "unsex them," make men of them," etc., is still per vasive. Is it strange that many women, like Bunyam's Pilgrim, are filled with dread at the idea of voting? But take a practical illustration. A woman voter in Wyoming Territory said, when interrogated: " We were very shy of voting at first, hut when we found what we could do by it, we have voted ever since." "What could you do by it?" she was asked. She said: 'When we came to the Territory we had no houses, but lived in t...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 3 January 1889

3w , -Kwk J, , . i .u-m UW...T- 3 IXTSTJRAUCE! That season of the year is approaching when property owner most feel the need of adequate protection against loss by FIRE. I beg leave to apprize the public that I am authorized to write policies in the STANDARD Insurant Companies now doing bus iness in America. E. VAN OFFICE In rear of First Real Estate Broker And Notary Public. Deeded lands, school lands, town lots, timber claims, homesteads, relin quishments houjrht and sold. Money loaned on real estate and on chattels. One acre and three acre property in South View addition, 200 lots in South Park addition, and 500 lots in the town proper. Improved property to ri'iit. Farms purchased for non-residents. Invite correspondence. Office with State Hank of Colbv. THE- Farmers&MerchantsBank COLBY, KANSAS, Does a Regular Banking Business. Collections earefu'ly made and promptly accounted for on moderate terms. Favors most liberal consistent with safe banking extended to patrons. Interes...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 10 January 1889

w'v'7""1 Pgwij v -T J?k .s?i,Wt !-S! ' - TS -. T Js - ' -"-- , g --. COUNTy -V.-v ?"-'.--; u .rMw. -ag. i vHr ' rrr M VOL. IV. NO. 44. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS. THURSDAY. JANUARY io, 1889. r,5o PER YEAR. flMMMpM 4 - .X-s-S3rr--- IT ftX'wlllAw THOMAS H 1 ... -. mrmsm.at-t t ? -k- I I ft ) U. U"& ? u , J l r h f-, . kli X .' i I ? C. H. Martin, President. 0 11 j a i In (Successors to First PAID UP CAPITAL, $50,000 Directors : C. II, Mai tin. W. S. Willcoxon, Joseph A,jGill. James S. Warden, K. 3I.'Mcf;onigal, W. II. Coneland. " C. E. Corporan. 25?"Does a general ifliCing business, buys and sells exchange, home and foreign, pays interest on time deposits, payo special attention to the pay ment of taxes for non-residents. C5PA complete set of abstracts of title of Thomas count' kept in the bank. Office hours, 9 a. m. to 12 m.; 1 p. m. to 4 p. in. COLBY DRUG The Colby Drug Store has entire new jjrajil, Qheniical patent Jfefliemej, PAINTS, OIL. GASOLINE, COAL OIL AND TOILET ARTICL...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 10 January 1889

VS WW J, " - -4 t 7 r --" --t .' vh is.',irjjt?v;',ivt! rvT?flPEBPSP jE " r " .v"r 2- ' &S . 'a - - $- THOMAS COUNTY OAT. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. COLBY. KANSAS. IS MARRIAGE A FAILURE? Is marriage a failure? I asked of a maid Whce life bad gone oat from the thine to the shade. Whoso skirts were all draggled and stained with the dew Of grasses the scythe of the years bad cone through Is marriage a failure? and turning her head To the long trodden path she would never more tread, Lamenting her fate, with an audible sigh. From out of her bitterness, answered me: "Aye." , Is marriage a failure! I asVed of a bride Who lived In the present with fulness of pride. "Whose lip were just meeting the flagon of wine She must drink to the lees in her revel divine Is marriage a failure? and quick in her cheek The happy heart-current was eager to speak. Her lips were apart and her eyes were aglow. As, out of her heaven, she answered me: "So." Is marriage a failure? I asked of a man Whose volumes...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 10 January 1889

''rv-i ;,SPBWP - J. ,r WVi? -s tsL , W. K?ar i .r TA CC X THOMAS COUNTY OAT. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. COLBY. KANSAf MY MARY. 3Iow will it be in a hundred years? My Mary. "We shall have passed through the vale of tears, .Bottomed its hopes and" conquered its fears. My Mary. Shall love be colder in that fair land? My Mary. Shall I stand apart in some bright band, .And feel no more the touch of your hand? My Mary. Shall we have forgot the kisses sweet? My Mary. "Keeping time with each fond bosom's beat, Making an Eden of our retreat? My Mary. 1 see your dear lips parting to speak, My Mary. Xoving words are the solace I seek Say them again, lest my faith grows weak, My Mary. "Love knoweth no ending," is that true? My Mary. I joy to know it is ever new Bliss would hardly be bliss without you, My Mary. ' Love's fountain is there," I hear you say. My Mary. And "Nearer the fountain, nearer the day," 'Glorious words to cheer by the way, My Mary. I see it all now, for ever more, My Mary, "We s...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 10 January 1889

K v-- $ 'XAt JteV-'-',5 K-a,TtJaW85asw3"feft:iJK? iJ & &&. &$. "Kjr-1 & - THE THOMASJOMY CAT. OFFICIAL COUNTY AND CITY PAPER. Issued by Thomas County Publehing Co., at Colby, Kansas every Thursday of each week. J08EPH A. CILL, Editor. A GREAT BARGAIN. We offer the Thomas County Cat and the Philadelphia Weekly Press one year for $1.75 in advance, to all subscribers old or new. The Press is a large, first-class re publican journal, second to none in the United Stales, giving in detail all the general and political news of the !ay. The Thomas County Cat wilt give "the news of the town, county and neighborhood as fully a3 possible. With both these papers no reader need le ignorant of passing events. They ought to be in the hands of every fam ily in Thomas county. . Leavenworth is the largest city in Kansas. Kansas legislature convened last Hlondav. Albeit Griliin is now editor of the New York "Mail and Express. Gov. Humphrey's inauguration will take place next Mondaj...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 10 January 1889

-3,V -5, - . - --ifj-xTZ1 "7jts. V ' " v. -isV MLi' ? Ti? A WE; '35 t JSj3 fiJt-.-tt v-j- wBfsas(w . - . aiAMStaJ - , vt -i. -stfjui,. V3 -- WSH SStf-St -i.J-, -? ....tey - fi, q&tet PLENTY O F HtHI If ' - M M FARM CHATTEL AND MK-V LOANS. I ;- '. " f "it ! Fife? ftV TfB.: Bvfe S5:X.' - i"t r Tl THOMAS COUNTY CAT. JOSEPH A. GILLElitor. THURSDAY, JAMJAR Y 10. 1N. ADVERTISING RATLS. 1 inch per month $1.00 4 column ner month nei inch Sto i column per month per inch 60 i column ner month per inch 50 Advertising for 1 week, 2. per cent ad riitionul wn above. Professional cauls " cei.ls pei month Locals o cents pei line each mention; J) lines to the inch. Legal advertising, leg.il latcs. SAUNA & COLIiV ICY. TIME TAHLi:. ! West. t:.lst Kr't & l'a-'r. T.v rij qx Sun lay. STATIONS. -Ti -is Fr't &. l'uss r. hi- rii I'.i'i l'A- LtMNC! ilaily. I lAirhe'pvSuri lail. da. a. in. 4.5: p. in. p. ll.W in. ..Saluiii. .-..30 10.111' 1. 111. .4(1 4.40! ( :vl Lincoln Centeri I i ,.i.40.......

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 10 January 1889

WOMAN'S DEPARTMENT, WHERE TO BEGIN. Che Proper Place to Inaugurate a Chang la the Condition of Woman A Plea for Justice and Equality. What would be the advantage of giv ing; woman the same recompense for the same work as is given unto man? In the first place it is but just, and justice is always to be desired. That a woman is paid one dollar for the same work for which a man gets two, is a crime, if we consider injustice a crime. Right is right and can never be wrong, whatever education or circumstances may indicate. 'Woman does not smoke, drink or throw for treats," are fine reasons why she should have half as much for her service as man for the same work, yet have you not heard the reason given, 'it doeo not take so much to keep a wo man?" Carry this reasoning out and what do we get? The man or woman with a largo family and much sickness should be paid, not according to the services rendered, but according to his or her needs; fine work this would be, and then too, what wonderous ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 10 January 1889

i - &m- &' v v 1 j l J K ,c assst MAN'S TIME LOCK. Points In X'fe When It Tarns and Harks Astonishing Change. There is a theory, you know, that wo Inherit traits and conditions from our remote ancestors' as well as from our immediate ones. I sometimes fancy that they descend to some people with a time lock attachments. A child is born; he is like his mother, we will say; gentle, sweet, kind, truthful, for years let us say seven. Suddenly the time lock turns, and the traits of his father (modified, of course, by tho acquired habits of seven years) show themselves strongly take possession, in fact. Another seven years, and tho priggishness of a great-uncle, the stinginess of an aunt, or the dullness, in books, of a rural grandfather. Then, in keeping with the next two turns of the lock, ho falls in love with every new face he sees, marries early and indulges him self recklessly in a large family. He is an exemplary husband and father, as men go, an ideal business man, and a ge...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 10 January 1889

ti?5B&$ s tsar -C x, sg v- j,v ' -- Vf -?! M mi x- "i - v 3-l , V - i PT f to vm ts M W. H. Copeland has gone to Nebraska on business -which may detain him there during the remainder or the winter. Dr. C. H. Martin spent last-week in the central part of the state on matters connected with the National Loan and Building Association of which he is gen eral state agent for Kansas. Hunlieht Lodffe No. 273 I. O. O.F. installed officers on last Monday night for the ensuing term. C. M. Hovey is N. G. and J. B. Irwin V. G. of the lodge. Mr. Hovey in taking the principal seat in the lodge made a fine innaugural address and closed by inviting the members pres ent to a nice oyster supper at Ball's Restaurant. .T.B. McGonigal. of Flagler, was in the city yesterday. He lias made arrange ments for the erection of a large brick block at that point, similar to the Bur lington block. "Roth & Both will put in a brick plant at Flagler in early spring and have already contracted 000,000 brick. ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 17 January 1889

fr-" KP tf" PL S5 ,-. j ; , j '; V r M -'J Thomas o "z - .- 4 VOL. IV. NO. 45. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS. THURSDAY.'jANUARY 17, 1889. 1.50 PER YEAR.. Cat J i. n C. H. Martin, President. i I Mil (Successors to First PAID UP CAPITAL, $50,000 Directors : C. H. Martin, W. S. Willeoxou, Joseph A. Gill, James S. Warden, R. M. McGonigal, W. H. Coueland. C. E. Corporan. 3FDoe3 a general .nung business, buys and sells exchange, home and foreign, pa3s intereston time deposits, pay.-i special attention to the pay ment of taxes for non-residents. EgfA complete set of abstracts of title of Thomas county kept in the bank. Office hours, 9 a. m. to 12 in.; 1 p. m. to 4 p. m. COLBY T' DRUo The Colby Drug Store has entire new henpali, PAINTS, OIL. GASOLINE. COAL OIL AND TOILET ARTICLES OF 'ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Finest Line of Cigars in the City. J3? Prescriptions carefully compounded daj' or night by registered Pharmacist. Come and sec us, whether you buy or not. A. W. PATCH IN. West Side Franklin Ave...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 17 January 1889

:;-ifr'sv5vs vs 4 v k ? i,rAw .. WSP" v rf f . t' V THOMAS COUNTY GAT. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. COLBY. KANSAS. ONLY A LITTLE OLD SHOE! Only a little old shoe. Misshapen, and wrinkled, and torn, Only a little old shoe. That a baby's foot has worn! Only a little old shoe, By a grief-worn mother pressed, Only a little old shoe. By tier loving hand caressed! Only a little old shoe, BntI bold it close, as if it knew The hunger here and the great heart-pain, As I seem to see, and to hear again. The dainty foot, with its dimpled grace. As it lightly flits from place to place! Once more I look into laughing eyes, That meet my own with a glad surprise. Once more I play with the ringlets fair Of the tangled, nut-brown hair, And though ''tis a vision, to mo it is true. As I look once again on this little old shoe! Only a little old shoe. With a tattered heel, and the toes cut through. But it weaves for me now a wonderful spell It is dearer to me than tongue can tell! As! gaze on it here, throug...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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